‘Thank Moo’ for fixing up Miss Glen and Clare

Karen Gibson, Red Earth Designs; Councillor Noreen McClelland, Vice Chair of the Peace Partnership, and Sheila Proctor, Abbeycentre Traders Association, oversee the repairs whilst Miss Glen gets patched up with some help from Mayor Victor Robinson and little Eoin and Niamh Keenan
Karen Gibson, Red Earth Designs; Councillor Noreen McClelland, Vice Chair of the Peace Partnership, and Sheila Proctor, Abbeycentre Traders Association, oversee the repairs whilst Miss Glen gets patched up with some help from Mayor Victor Robinson and little Eoin and Niamh Keenan

The vandalised CAN Cows which were designed by schoolchildren as part of a CAN Peace III project are now back to full health and are on the moove once again.

They have been restored to their former glory and are heading for Mossley Mill on Friday.

The Abbeycentre was extremely generous allowing Miss Glen to take refuge while pupils from Ashgrove and Glengormley Integrated Primary School came along to help with her repairs.

Alison Keenan, Peace III programme co-ordinator, said: “Everyone involved in the CAN Peace III programme is extremely grateful for the kindness demonstrated by the Abbeycentre.

“When Miss Glen was vandalised the local children who worked on her were heartbroken. By allowing Miss Glen to stay in the centre, the Abbeycentre gave the children a chance to come together and repair the damage.

“I would also like to give a massive thank you to all of the children who gave up their time and came to help in the workshop.”

Everyone is encouraged to come on down to the Abbeycentre and Sixmile Leisure centre quickly for a last chance to see the CAN Cows before they move on to new pastures.